Tour Itinerary

The The Caprivi Strip, Nkasa Rupara National Park, Mudumu National Park, Kwando Core Area, Bwabwata National Park and Khaudum National Park make this tour a feast of adventure & wildlife. Khaudum is a truly wild, game rich park that is known for elephant, lion, wild dogs, hyena, sable and over 300 bird species. With so many National Parks on this tour the experience is one you will never forget!

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 Zambezi River boat cruise

Zambezi River boat cruise

Day 1 – Livingstone

On your arrival at Livingstone International Airport you will be met by Charles who will drive you to Maramba River Lodge for your first night. Spend the remainder of the day relaxing by the pool, discovering the mighty Victoria Falls and having sunset drinks on the deck. At 15h00 we will be collected for the short transfer to the Zambezi Waterfront where we will board Lady Livingstone for a sunset cruise on the Zambezi River. Dinner will be with the team of African Safari Experts as well as the other guests in the group. Pierre will explain the following days itinerary. (D)


 Nkasa Rupara sunset cruise

Nkasa Rupara sunset cruise

 Wild Dog pup in the Linyanti

Wild Dog pup in the Linyanti

Day 2 and 3 – Nkasa Rupara National Park

Departing Livingstone early we drive through the rolling hills bordering Botswana. We will cross into Namibia at Sesheke and continue South into the Linyanti region that exists in the South of Namibia on the border with Botswana – a stunning region of dense reeds and pristine waterways. An early game drive in the cool early hours of the morning. If leopard or lion have not made a night time kill they could well still be out hunting. The riparian woodlands that border the Linyanti River simmer with life of all shapes and sizes, a wonderful area to explore and seek out the smaller animals. Elephant sightings are good in Nkasa Rupara of herds 20 to 50 strong as well as bachelor herds of males. Waterbuck, blue wildebeest, impala with excellent birding of all varieties. We will camp in the park this evening overlooking an open savanna area. (BLD)

 


 Popa Falls, Caprivi, Namibia

Popa Falls, Caprivi, Namibia

Day 4 – Divundu

Wake up to the many sounds and smells of the African bush! Breakfast under the trees starts our day and after we have packed up the camp we will game drive back to the gate. Driving towards Kongola we are passing through Mudumu National Park, the Kwando Core Area as well as the Caprivi Game Park and we have often had very good game sightings in this area. There are lots of local villages as well, a great chance to see how the people live in this area. Arriving in Kongola we will fuel up and continue to Divundu where there is a greater supply for fresh produce. Once all our shopping has been done we will head off to our camp for the evening. Set on the banks of the Kavango River the scenery is stunning. On the other side of the river is the national park, elephant, hippo, warthog and many bird species can be seen from the comfort of your camp chair. (BLD)


 Elephant herd in Khaudum

Elephant herd in Khaudum

 Khaudum campsite

Khaudum campsite

Day 5 and 6 – Khaudum Campsite

We depart the Caprivi area early as we are heading for Khaudum where the roads are very thick sand and the going can be very slow and tough!

Our speed allows for good game viewing but once we arrive at the campsite the time and effort is visibly worth it! This campsite is fantastic! Good amenities, firewood for sale and scenery that will take your breath away!

We will spend two nights here relaxing in the camp, bird watching and doing game drives. (BLD)


 Hyena at Sikereti

Hyena at Sikereti

 Sikereti campsite

Sikereti campsite

Day 7 and 8 – Sikereti Campsite

Heading South this morning we will take our time to traverse the distance. Going is once again tough, conditions in the park are very deep sand which needs low range 2nd gear most of the time.

There are many waterholes along the way that we will explore and spend time at. As water is scarce in the area the water holes are good places to spot game. Sikereti camp is more rustic but no less beautiful and we will spend two nights here relaxing, dining under the stars and enjoying the peace of wild Africa. (BLD)


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Day 9 – Khaudum Campsite

Heading back North we will be exploring all the way, visiting waterholes, taking the roads and tracks less travelled and used by others as we search for good game sightings.

During the heat of the day we will have lunch under a tree somewhere and relax as we wait for the temperature to drop.

Arriving at our campsite for the night we will relax, ease some still muscles and enjoy a gin and tonic as we share videos and photographs of the days sightings. (BLD)


 Namwi Island campsite

Namwi Island campsite

Day 10 – Katima Mulilo

We will break camp and depart early this morning. It will take some time to get out of the park and back onto roads that allow for a little more speed. We are heading for the border town of Katima Mulilo where we will be camping for the night. Set on the banks of the Zambezi River the views are perfect and the birding along the pristine waterways varied and colorful. (BLD)


 Victoria Falls

Victoria Falls

Day 11 – Livingstone

We will start the day with an early morning boat cruise along the river to give you a new and fresh perspective on the beauty of this area. After breakfast we will break camp and cross the border once again into Zambia at Sesheke. Arriving back in Livingstone in the early afternoon we will check in at our accommodation and have a final dinner together on the banks of the mighty Zambezi overlooking the Victoria Falls. (BLD)